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Bailey Library Meeting Rooms

The meeting rooms of the Bailey Public Library are intended primarily for Bailey Library, Winthrop Library Foundation, and Friends of the Bailey Library meetings, programs and events. When not needed for these purposes, the rooms are available for a fee, as set by the Library Board of Trustees, to individuals, community groups and organizations and to local businesses. Permission to use meeting rooms is revocable and does not constitute a lease, nor does it imply that the library endorses the aims, policies, views or activities of the group, organization or business using the room. Anyone using the library’s meeting rooms must abide by the terms of this policy. All juvenile groups must have adequate adult supervision. In order to assure availability for the primary uses, no application may be granted more than 30 days in advance.

HOW TO APPLY >>
Organizations that wish to schedule a room may make an application in writing to the Adult Services Librarian or Director.
Click here to download an application.

Allocation of the facilities will be approved, conditionally approved, or rejected by the Bailey Library Board of Trustees at their next regularly scheduled meeting from the time of application. Board meetings are held on the second Monday of each month at 6:00pm. The Director may approve one-time facility use requests for exempt organizations (see below). Availability of the rooms is generally limited to library operating hours. Additional fees for overtime staffing (if available) will be assessed for requests outside operating hours.

Fee Schedule >>
(scroll down to see classification definitions)

Harrington Meeting Room:
Commercial (revenue): $60 per use
Commercial (non revenue): $45 per use
501(c) (revenue): $45 per use
501(c) (non revenue): $25 per use
Exempt: Free

King Event Room:
Commercial (revenue): $250 per use
Commercial (non revenue): $150 per use
501(c) (revenue): $150 per use
501(c) (non revenue): $75 per use
Exempt: Free

Classification definitions >>
Commercial (revenue): Defined as any type of commercial event where admission is charged, donations accepted, sales made, or other income derived.
Commercial (non revenue): Defined as any type of commercial event where no admission is charged or donation accepted, nor any sales made, nor other income derived.
Non-profit (revenue): Defined as any 501(c) organization or activities sponsored by such groups where admission is charged, donations accepted, sales made, or other income derived.
Non-profit (non revenue): Defined as any 501(c) organization or activities sponsored by such groups where no admission is charged or donation accepted, nor any sales made, nor other income derived.
Exempt: Defined as any Bailey Library sponsored event, Winthrop Library Foundation event, Friends of the Bailey Library event, 501(c) organization located in the town of Winthrop or doing business in the town of Winthrop (and not classified as non-profit revenue), and the governments, departments, agencies, and committees of the Town of Winthrop, including Winthrop Public Schools.

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This is tomorrow (Friday, the 21st) after school! Stop by anytime before 8pm to participate. You can get forms at the library tonight from 3-8pm or anytime after 10am tomorrow!The first annual Read-A-Thon to support the Bailey Library is one week from today! Stop by the library to pick up a pledge form. Reading will take place Friday, September 21st anytime between 3-8pm. ...

This is tomorrow (Friday, the 21st) after school! Stop by anytime before 8pm to participate. You can get forms at the library tonight from 3-8pm or anytime after 10am tomorrow!

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